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news during this entire crisis in the boston area, and tonight one of their reporters, scott yount, got closer than the others and heard a lot as this unfolded. scott, where were you, and you could actually hear the s.w.a.t. teams at least trying to talk to the suspect, correct? >> yeah, brian. we were behind the -- the house where they had converged initially. and we saw the firefight. there were a number of shots fired. they were firing at the suspect. apparently, he was firing back according to some police officers that i spoke to. then we saw the flash bombs going off, or the flash-bangs, i believe they are called. they were trying to stun him. and all that time we could hear a single officer yelling to him, yelling the suspect's name and he would say, "you're hurt. >>> we have been relying heavily on the coverage of one of our sister networks new england cable news during this entire crisis in the boston area, and tonight one of their reporters, scott yount, got closer than the others and heard a lot as this unfolded. scott, where were you, and you could actually hear the s.w.a.t.
, felicity. >> kimberly howell, from washington, d.c. thanks so much. yount to explain to exactly where the events unfolded in boston because it can be quite finish using -- it can be quite confusing. the suspect went off in the city's back bay area. inice descended on a vehicle the watertown area. earlier, a police officer had been shot dead there at the massachusetts institute of technology in cambridge. kurt shorts, the under secretary for homeland security and emergency management, gave an outline to the measures being taken in the watertown area. >> to the residents of watertown, newton, waltham, belmont, cambridge, and the allston brighton neighborhoods of boston, we are asking you to stay home, stay indoors. we are asking businesses not to open. we are asking people not to congregate outside. we are asking people not to go to mass transit. and we are hopeful that as the day proceeds that we can provide further guidance and will be able to open portions of the system and be able to ease these rest
of their reporters, scott yount got closer than the others and heard a lot as this unfolded. scott, where were you and you could actually hear the s.w.a.t. teaming to talk to the suspect, correct? >> yeah, brian, we were behind the house where they had converged initially. and we saw the firefight. there were a number of shots fired. they were firing at the suspect. apparently he was firing back according to some police officers that i spoke to. then we saw the flash bombs going off, the flash-bangs, i believe they are called. they were trying to stun him and all that time we could hear a single officer yelling to him, yelling the suspect's name and he would say you are hurt. you need a doctor. you need to give yourself up. come out with your hands up. >> scott, i have to tell you we heard a negotiator was going in and i was amazed there was still a living suspect to be negotiated with after those two volleys of gunfire. i don't quite understand what transpired. >> yeah. we haven't been able to find that out exactly. but what i can tell you is that it was an amazing to see all these law enforcemen
the police, youn't killed by the police just out of sort of a natural fear, natural self protection is extraordinary. >> right. we knew he was bleeding. we had saw the blood in the car and we found some blood behind the house, as we did the trail. so we knew time was on our side and we could take it slow. that was to our advantage, and we did take advantage of that. >> chief, thank you, sir. >> sure. thank you. >> and tonight there's a new controversy heating up. the obama administration say the tsarnaev will not be treated as an enemy combatant. what does senator lindsay graham think about that? he joins us. nice to see you, sir. >> thank you? and i understand you wrote the statute. >> right. i have two goals. one is to bring him to justice and that's through federal court. he was never eligible for the tribunal because he's an american citizen, i wrote that law. i want to know what he knows about foreign connects and future plots. now we are down to this. if you don't hold him as en a enemy combatant when you can get him without a lawyer our ability to gather intelligence is limit
it to effectively attack our critical if it is excelled to o so. like wise, yount on whether you think china would be to be impair or ability to mobilize, deploy, and sustain military forces in the pacific from a cyberattack on infrastructure. that dod obviously depend on to move and supply our troops. >> in the time of -- let me -- if i could, senator, suggest we have a longer conversation about this. but, you know, i'm concerned about state and demonstrate actors, and individuals. operating in cyber. it's an ungoverned space. there are plenty of actors taking advantage of it. we are vulnerable to it. we will continue to be vulnerable to it until we reach agreements on internal to our country and lationally. i'm going to china in particular, in the next week or so. you may have seen that secretary kerry, when he was there, gained agreement with them to work -- to have a cyber working group. i think that will be a positive step forward. i'm concerned about the vulnerability in cyber in general. not necessarily pinned to any particular country or group. >> whenever i talk about cyber. i always want
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